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Guitar tone... not HiFi enough?

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by kramer1309, Apr 18, 2011.

  1. kramer1309

    kramer1309 Member

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    Hey guys,

    I had a go at Killswitch's My Curse with some help from stems.

    Looking for feedback on the guitar tone guys...
    The guitars sound live-ey to me... how can i improve them?



    Cheers!
     
    #1 kramer1309, Apr 18, 2011
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  2. blacK.eXe

    blacK.eXe Member

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    guitars are way too loud and lack low+high end - they are also a lot of honky mids. did you mix after a reference? if not, that is always a good starting point! hope it helps ;)
     
  3. kernelxsanders

    kernelxsanders Bam Bam Boogie Bear!

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    sounds like whoever tracked this just put one rhythm guitar over the original song with an alternative vocal track. anyways. try pulling some mids out and work from there.
     

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